Computer Science at Brookhaven

Taking computer science classes at Brookhaven College is an affordable way to get started on a path to a brighter future. Whether you’re taking classes to transfer to a four-year college or university, or for personal enrichment, our curriculum will give you the foundational skills you need.

This program offers transferable courses in computer science for students who wish to obtain a bachelor's degree in computer science, mathematics, engineering or a related field. Students may take courses at Brookhaven College that can be used toward a bachelor's degree at a four-year college or university.

About Our Program

Our experienced faculty and staff members are here to help you be successful. We offer an Associate of Science degree with a field of study in computer science. The coursework for the field of study can be easily applied to our Associate of Applied Science software/programmer degree should you choose to pursue it at a later time.

Computer Science Credentials
Degree
Associate of Science with a Field of Study in Computer Science


Check out the Careers in CIT page for more information about working with a computer science emphasis.


What Will You Learn?

At Brookhaven, we are constantly updating the courses to keep up with the rapidly-evolving field of computer science programming. This ensures our students have the skills most in demand:

  • Fundamentals of structured and object-oriented programming in C++, C#, Java and/or assembly languages
  • Objective-C language for mobile devices including smartphones and tablets

Students begin by learning basic computer programming: writing, executing, testing and debugging a computer language then progressing to more advanced skills. Along the way, students will develop skills for problem-solving and analysis.

View course descriptions for computer science courses. Be sure to check the prerequisites for each.

To get started in our computer science program, contact:

  
office:
phone:
email:
Ramiro Villarreal
Bldg. K, Room K213a
972-860-4176
ramiro@dcccd.edu